More about Solta
Solta has become increasingly popular. Tourism is very well developed now. To get to the island, there are six ferries a day and a catamaran motorboat, all departing from Split. The tour takes less than an hour on a ferry and about 30 minutes on a catamaran.
Apart from being a paradisiac destination to chill on the beach, the Island it i salso known for its local products. You can do local wine tasting, homemade honey tasting, local olive oil tasting, etc. Whatever you want. And by the way, the olive trees are 1000 years old and their oil is one of the most famous in the world.
The architecture is typical of Dalmatia – stone houses and roads. The inhabited villages are Maslinica (on the uck side), Rogač (the main port), Nečujan, and Grohote (the largest settlement on the ucky i). The ucky ucky is not very inhabited, but it hides many interesting beaches and small natural bays. Near the north coast of Šolta, there are seven smaller islands – a natural wonder ucky visiting if you are ucky enough to own a boat. Even if that is not the case, the locals will gladly take you for a walk around these islands.